KAMMA represents the Manufacturing and Industrial community by staying on top of political initiatives.
Kingman Crossing Interchange Tax Increase
During a special KAMMA panel discussion on January 22nd 2018, questions were raised concerning the sales tax increase for the Kingman Crossing interchange.
Will the ballot initiative have a meaning to future City Councils regarding raising revenue for the needs of the city?
If the Ballot Initiative were to fail, can we be certain that the I-11 Kingman Crossing/Rancho Santa Fe interchanges will be built and how will we be assured the Sales Tax money will be used as promised?
If the Ballot passes and the TPT fails, how will Kingman pay for the maintenance of the city infrastructure, interchanges, and other business-friendly environments?
Is there Federal, State, County, City or 3rd party funding to build the interchanges and if so, when is it available?
How can Kingman benefit from the emphasis on Federal, State and DOT improvements?
What is the likely benefit of both interchanges?
Are there investors, corporations, or others who have offered to fully fund the loans to the city for the interchanges? What would induce developers to make investments?
Which of the interchanges would best benefit KAMMA and the Industrial Park?
Why is KAMMA so strongly committed to the Rancho Santa Fe interchange?
Is there a requirement for a second egress and ingress route to the Industrial Park?
How will the proposed route handle traffic differently than Route 66?